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((kirsten joyce)) >> i'm kirsten joyce. tonight is the big night for presidential candidates hillary clinton and donald trump... as they go head- to- head for the very first time. ((brian loftus)) >> as many as 100- million potential voters will be watching. dianne gallagher is live this morning with a preview of the monday's 90-minute debate will be divided into six
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topics - "america's direction," "achieving prosperity" and "securing america." moderator lester holt will begin each segment with a question and the candidates will have to minutes each to respond. they'll also get a chance to respond to each other. both candidates spent sunday drilling. clinton spent part of last week prepping for the debate while trump stuck to the campaign trail, getting tips from advisors/, including former new york mayor, rudy giuliani. (rudy giuliani/fmr new york city mayor) "my advice i have for him since he's been my friend for 28 years is to be himf american people on monday night are entitled to is donald trump being who he is.") the campaign manager for "hillary for america" says he fears that trump's status as a political newcomer will mean he's held to a lower standard: (robby mook/campaign manager, hillary for america) "i'm very concerned that donald trump will be grand on a curve. just because he doesn't fly off the handle in the middle of this debate does not mean that he is prepared to be president of the united states." analysts say the debate could draw up to
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the executive director of commission on presidential debates says the candidates should fact-check each other: (janet brown/exec. director, commission on pres. debates) "in our history, moderators have found it appropriate to let the candidates be the ones that talk about the accuracy or the fairness of what the other candidate or candidates might have said." ((kirsten joyce)) the presidential debate
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right here on channel 8... at 6-pm. we will carry in its entirety... immediately following cbs evening news with scott pelley. the debate should last about 90- minutes. /// ((brian loftus)) 8 news now is your local election headquarters till election day... both on air and online at las vegas now dot com. /// ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> sherry swensk is here with that. ((sherry swensk)) with that. ((sherry swensk)) ((sherry swensk))
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clear skies out there and a quarter moon in the eastern sky. ............. light winds and cooling down to 70 degrees. the mornings this weekend were beautifully cool. ........
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................ temps back to warmer low 90s today then a chance for showers this week and cooler. the moisture and chance for rain and thunderstorms coming up from system set up over southwest texas. ............ upper 80s starting tomorrow through the rest of the week and rest of september. no more 100s for the month and likely for the year now. ((sherry swensk)) demetria, how are the roads doing? ((michael stevens))
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until 5:30am. - some closures remain from lib. a deadly shooting at starbucks shut down a busy southwest intersection for several hours. kirsten joyce >> it happened yesterday morning off rainbow and warm springs. that's where we find 8 news now reporter nia wong. she's live with the details. nia? ((nia wong)) >> this intersection is
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but it was shut down for several hours as swat, armored trucks, the bomb squad and fbi agents surrounded this starbucks. police tell us the drama started at this drive thru. >> they say after a man had his credit card declined at the window....he then went inside and began arguing with another male customer. investigators say this upset suspect shot the man in the chest. metro police say they treated this as a hostage situation as this shooter went as far as hiding in a crowd of customers inside...then suspect description to 9-11 to throw off police arriving to the scene. we're told witnesses tried performing cpr on the man who was shot....but he later died at spring valley hospital. one mother describers her daughter's experience inside the starbucks when it started. ((kim plank, daughter inside store during shooting " she just said she heard a guy with a gun got down and then as soon as she had a chance she jumped out the drive thru window.")) ((nia wong)) >> since this is still an active investigation. police have not told us who this
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>> they only revealed he was not cooperative when he was arrested and that he has a criminal record. reporting live. nia wong 8 news now. ((kirsten joyce)) >> nia, you mentioned a bomb squad was called to the scene. were there any explosive devices involved? ((nia wong)) >> when metro arrested the shooter....they say he claimed to have bomb in his backpack. they sent in a robot to investigate and found that was not true. kirsten? ((brian loftus)) if you've ever had a question you wanted to ask someon let us know! we're asking sheriff joe lombardo questions from the viewers every wednesday... during our segment, morning cup of joe. to submit a question... go to las vegas now dot com... and look for the "don't miss" section. you can find out if your question was chosen.. every wednesday between 6:30 and 7 a-m./// ((kirsten joyce)) videos have been released... of the deadly charlotte police shooting. ((brian loftus)) >> why officials are still having a hard time figuring out... if keith scott was armed. /// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and
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after a big weekend in downtown las vegas. artists like major lazer, mumford and sons, the lumineers... and dozens of others performed for the three- day event. if you can't wait till next year... early bird tickets for the 2017 life is beautiful music festival go on sale this thursday. /// ((brian loftus)) life is beautiful wasn't this weekend. u2, drake, britney spears, ariana grande... and many other artists hit the stage for the i- heart- radio music festival. the event was hosted on friday and saturday at t-mobile arena. /// ((kirsten joyce)) the backstreet boys are getting ready for their las vegas residency! (( and that makes you larger than life )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> that's the name of their
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band will start performing at "the axis at planet hollywood" in march 2017. they'll share the space with britney spears, jennifer lopez, and lionel richie. tickets go on sale october first... and start out at 39- dollars./// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk))
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but not for long. clear skies out there and a quarter moon in the eastern sky. ............. 60s around the valley. the mornings this weekend were beautifully cool.... and they will stay mild. ........ the dry air will give way to moisture and a chance of showers and thunderstorms. ................ temps back to warmer low 90s
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the moisture and chance for rain and thunderstorms coming up from the south from a system set up over southwest texas. ............ upper 80s starting tomorrow through the rest of the week and rest of september. no more 100s for the mo now. ((sherry swensk)) back to you./// ((kirsten joyce))
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videos... of the deadly shooting between keith scott and several police officers. ((brian loftus)) >> the videos do little to answer some of the big questions... but demonstrators continued to flood the city's streets... nearly a week after the shooting. don champion has the latest. protesters in charlotte used sunday's carolina panthers nfl game as a backdrop. dozens, angered by the police killing of keith lamont o stadium and kneeled during the national anthem. inside, in an apparent show of solidarity, panthers quarterback cam newton wore a shirt with a martin luther king jr quote about injustice. (lorenzo mack/protester ) "they're here to protect us and sometimes it doesn't happen that way at some point we have hold people accountable" the protests, came a day after charlotte police released video of scott's shooting death. police maintain he
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putney/charlotte mecklenberg police chief ) "at every encounter, people can make a decision to follow lawful, loud verbal commands" (don champion/cbs news/charlotte) "city leaders-still on edge over nightly protests- again used extra officers and national guardsmen to keep order sunday" monday, companies in charlotte's uptown area will try to get back to business. some closed last week after protests turned violent. "i hope america wakes up" toussaint romain, a local public defender, has been hailed a charlotte observer) during tension-filled protests here. he fears, as scott's case drops from the headlines, calls for policing reforms will get drowned out. "it's gonna take for the people to stand up and say enough is enough and not just the people out here but everyone to say we're in this together" state investigators are still looking into scott's death. don champion, cbs news, charlotte. let's get a check of the roads with demetria. /// let's send it over to
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his body was found in a 32-foot boat that crashed near miami beach. the marlins postponed their game against the atlanta braves.. while other m-l-b games held a moment of silence to remember fernandez. he was a two- time all star and national league rookie of the year in 2013. /// ((kirsten joyce)) uber is making sure you're safe... when you hail your next ride. what driver's need to do before they hit the road. ((brian loftus)) >> plus -- mcdonald's is trying out all- day breakfast happy meals... that story and more coming up after the break, on 8 news now gooay you're watching 8 news now good day.
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u-p-s is looking into drones to deliver medical supplies... ((kirsten joyce)) >> and, mcdonald's is trying out all- day happy meals for breakfast. jill wagner joins us live from wall street. good morning jill. good morning brian and kirsten! futures are pointing to a lower open this morning... the dow fell 131 points on friday. the nasdaq dropped 33 points.// ups is testing drone technology --- as a way to safely deliver emergency medical suppli with drone maker 'cyphy' to make a 3-mile - 8 minute long trip from boston to children's island in massachusetts.// uber has rolled out a new security feature requiring drivers take a selfie before each shift... it's a way to confirm their identities and prevent fraud on their account. uber says it's also good for passengers... because it means the driver you called--- is actually the one who will show up... not someone using another driver's credentials.//
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been a big hit for mcdonald's and it may be trying the strategy with a new demographic what's that about? a: mcdonalds is testing kids happy meals for breakfast in oklahoma. they'll come with either two mcgriddles - or an egg and cheese mcmuffin without the bacon or butter in the meals. if the product launches nationally- it will be the first new entree for the happy meal in more than 30 years.// /// ((kirsten joyce))
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easier! the company unveiled its first pair of high- tech sunglasses. according to the wall street journal... it can record 10- second videos with just the press of a button. the videos are recorded in a special circular format.. that mimics your vision. the glasses can also sync to your phone... making it easier to share your snap. /// target is receiving some backlash on social media.. after removing its kid- sized shopping carts. they were introduced last year... and were only in several stores. a minnesota blogger called the store's kiddie carts --quote-- "a vehicle of mass destruction". just last week, she started the "moms against stupid tiny carts" movement... where some complained about bruised ankles... and chaotic children. a target spokesperson says... the kiddie carts were removed after numerous complaints. ///
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passed away.... ((kirsten joyce)) >> we take a look back at arnold palmer's accomplish ments... and his love for golf... coming up on the valley's news leader. /// ((brian loftus)) start your week on 8 news now good day.. with "monday mornings with the mayors." each week we'll hear from one of our southern nevada local mayors. today we'll be chatting witth you can submit your questions on las vegas now dot com... and then tune in on monday during the 6am newscast.. to see if your question was answered.// ((kirsten joyce)) now on good day... you love mcgriddles... but you don't love that you can't get them all day. but now you can get mcgriddles all day, and more. so, you can find something else to not love. like when sportscasters get carried away with the instant replay pen.
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look. you love mcgriddles... but you don't love that you can't get them all day. but now you can get mcgriddles all day, and more. so, you can find something else to not love. like when sportscasters get carried away with the instant replay pen. get more choices you love, now with all day breakfast. ba da ba ba ba las vegas now dot com... and then tune in on monday during the 6am newscast.. to see if your question was answered.// ((kirsten joyce)) now on good day... a shooting at a las vegas starbucks leaves one person
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s able to t... the scene unraveled. brian lofd schools could change into charter schools. how many meet the requirement to become one. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and, the much needed rain is heading our way! sherry has the details on the mid- week change... in your weather now forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) ((kirsten joyce)) one man is dead after a shooting at a starbucks in the southwest part of the valley... t i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. it happened yesterday morning at the starbucks off rainbow and warm springs. that's where 8 news now reporter nia wong is. she's live with what happened. nia? ((nia wong)) >> brian and kirsten. metro says this man was upset after his credit card was declined at the drive thru. drama unfolded when he went inside and argued with another customer....then shot him in the chest.
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starbucks....and went as far as calling in a fake suspect description to 9-1-1 to try and throw off officers arriving to the scene. because of that ....police had to treat the incident like a barricade or hostage situation....not knowing where the immediate threat could be. most businesses and strip malls near warm springs and rainbow were shut down for several hours during the investigation. we saw people coming out of the shop with their hands up. and also captured video of the victim being taken to the hospital where he later died. fired.... they saw people panicking and a frantic employee running out.. ((maurica brown/witness: "all the cops came and they had rifles already out and blocked off rainbow and this shopping center here. you just saw the lady running? we saw them run across the street and that's when everybody else ran this way and saw people going in the back" )) ((nia wong)) >> when police arrested the shooter. they say he was not cooperative...cla iming he had
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called out....but that was determined the be a false claim. they only found clothing. ((nia wong)) >> as a precautionary measure....metro did search this man's house and pickup truck... but they don't believe he poses any other risk. reporting live from the southwest. nia wong 8 news now. ((brian loftus)) >> nia, have police revealed the identity of the shooter? ((nia wong)) >> not yet.. they are expected to , later today. but metro says he does have a criminal record....as well as tattoos that could be brian. ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your forecast. ((brian loftus)) >> hi sherry, how's the weather looking today? ((sherry swensk))
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but not for long. clear skies out there and a quarter moon in the eastern sky. ............. light winds and cooling down to low 70s and 60s.
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........ and the air very dry with breezes all weekend. ................ temps back to warmer low 90s today then a chance for the moisture and chance for rain and thunderstorms coming up from the south from a system set up over southwest texas. ............ demetria, how are the roads doing?
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((demetria obilor)) ((demetria obilor)) >> back to you./// ((brian loftus)) today, the clark county school district will hold a series of meetings... on which schools will become charter schools... for the 2017- 2018 school year according to assembly bill 4-4-8, six schools will be chosen. c-c-s-d says about 90 schools
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the school district also says... this approach will help all involved schools get information to improve student achievement in the classroom. /// ((kirsten joyce)) nevada is joining four other states on the november ballot... on whether to legalize recreational marijuana. if the measure passes.... you will be able to legally possess up to one ounce of marijuana. that bill will go into affect january first if its passed... the other states voting on the issue are california, arizona, massachusetts, and arizon ((brian loftus)) one of the most important people of the l-a dodgers team... is officially retiring. the nearly seven decade career vin scully lived... as the dodger's announcer. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and... tonight, all eyes will be on the presidential debate at hofstra university in new york... right here on channel 8. we will carry it in its entirety at 6-pm... and will last about 90- minutes. we'll be right back... /// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten
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don't believe... don't believe... don't believe joe heck's attacks. catherine cortez masto has always served with integrity. as a federal prosecutor and attorney general... she made sex trafficking a felony crime. she worked with the bush and obama administrations to combat terrorism. as attorney general, she helped reduce crime. that's why she's endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. catherine cortez masto. catherine cortez masto.
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therine cortez masto, and i approve this message. therine cortez masto, congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington. heck voted to protect perks for politicians like himself, allowing congressmen to travel on private jets at taxpayer expense and voted members of congress, like himself, taxpayer-funded healthcare for life. heck even voted to allow congressmen to take their pay during a government shutdown. congressman heck is what's wrong dscc is responsible
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this is 8 news now good day)) ((kirsten joyce)) this weekend, dodger fans filled the dodger stadium... for vin scully's last home game. ((brian loftus)) >> he's retiring after his long run of 67- years.. announcing dodger home games. made him feel so young: (( vin scully/dodgers announcer: "i have always felt that you folks in the stands have been far, far important to me. you have given me enthusiam, you have given me young at heart. believe me when i tell you, i needed you far more than you needed me." "you're the wings beneath the team's wings, you're the team beneath my wing."
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>> scully will call his final baseball game in san francisco next week. /// sherry how's the weather today? ((sherry swensk)) ((sherry swensk))
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california... even northern california in the 80s... so cal in the low 100s. ................ temps back to warmer low 90s today then a chance for showers this week and cooler. and thunderstorms coming up from the south from a system set up over southwest texas. ............ upper 80s starting tomorrow through the rest of the week and rest of september. no more 100s for the month and likely for the year
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back to you./// ((kirsten joyce)) today, the washington
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is expected to face a judge. police arrested 20-year-old arcan cetin saturday night... after he's accused of killing five people. he immigrated from turkey, but is a legal u-s resident. andrew spencer has the latest. police say 20-year-old arcan cetin of oak harbor, washington, is the man who walked into a macy's store and started shooting. ( mayor steve sexton / burlington, wa ) "and our community we suffered a devastating loss of 5 treasu community, who had done nothing more than what we all have done any given day that was us in that mall. " blurry surveillance photos showed a rifle-toting man at the washington state mall. police in burlington say he is the sole person responsible for killing five people in a shooting rampage friday night. ( lt. chris cammock / mount vernon police ) "the suspect entered the mall without a weapon. about ten minutes later, entered macy's with a rifle.
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females ranging in age from a teenager to seniors. also, a male was struck and all four of those were mortally wounded." witnesses described a chaotic scene, when the shooting started about seven-o'clock friday night -- with people running -- unsure of where to seek safety i've seen in a while and the most chaotic that, to me, that's ever been here. you know, i wouldn't think this would even happen here, so...i'm shocked." after the attack, the man vanished into the night along interstate 5 about an hour north of seattle. deputies arrested cetin saturday as he walked along a sidewalk in oak harbor. they say he did not try to run. i'm andrew spencer reporting.
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investigating a homicide... that left one person dead. 48-year-old michael kaplan was arrested.. after police say, they found a woman inside a home, near boulder highway and sunset. police believe the deadly stabbing stems from domestic violence. police say a 7-year-old, three-year-old... and a three- month old were inside the home at the time of the stabbing. currently, they're in the care of child protective services... and it's unclear if they will be turned over to the other family: ((jewel price/neighbor: "the kids were always in front of my house messing withm they were some beautiful kids. she had a little girl and a little boy and it's just sad that a life had to be gone like that." )) ((brian loftus)) >> police are looking to speak with possible witnesses. this is the 8th homicide in henderson's jurisdiction this year. /// let's take a look on the roads with demetria. /// ((demetria obilor)) - metro police working an injury accident near rainbow and
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las vegas from life is beautiful. back to you./// ((kirsten joyce)) the golf community is remembering arnold palmer... ((brian loftus)) >> the impact he made on the sport... and the lifelong achievements he accomplished... next on the valley's news leader. /// ((brian loftus))
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horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy
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and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us.
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time. arnold palmer died yesterday of heart complications... at the age of 87. as hena daniels reports... his legacy went far beyond the golf course. to our 4 time masters champion arnold palmer. golfing trailblazer arnold palmer was known simply as "the king." after serving in the coast guard, palmer returned to the game he loved. his first tour win was the canadian open in 1955. palmer is credited with making the game popular in the 60's and built a fan base known as arnie's army. i like to think and truly believe that golfers promote some sort of human values that
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over the course of his distinguished career, palmer would go on to win 62 pga titles and 7 major championships, including 4 masters. he was the first man to reach a million dollars in earnings on the pga tour. he was also the recipient of the presidential medal of freedom and congressional gold medal. ((kirsten joyce)) broadcasting legend charles osgood signed off yesterday.. as host of "cbs sunday morning". he's hosted the show for the last 22- years.. and is leaving behind the most watched sunday morning news program. with his final sign- off.... he had one big group to thank for the show's success: (( charles osgood/cbs sunday morning: "i'm charles osgood. we'll be off next sunday morning so the cbs sports can bring you a special presentation of the nfl from london. please join jane pauley here again in two weeks.
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i want to thank you all of our wonderful audience and i also want to thank all these people." cast cheering )) ((kirsten joyce)) >> osgood joined c-b-s back in 1971... serving as an anchor and reporter for every news program on the network. but says his first love will always be radio. /// ((kirsten joyce)) right now.. we want to get a check on your >> sherry swensk is here with that.
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((sherry swensk)) ((sherry swensk)) a beautiful monday morning... with mostly clear skies... and some ............ a warm monday with 90s coming back today... but not for long. clear skies out there and a quarter moon in the eastern sky.
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70 degrees. the mornings this weekend were beautifully cool. ........ and the air very dry with breezes all weekend. ................ temps back to warmer low 90s today then a chance for showers this week and cooler. the moisture and chance for rain and thunderstorms coming up from the south from a system setup upper 80s starting tomorrow through the rest of the week and rest of september. no more 100s for the month and likely for the year now. ((sherry swensk)) ((demetria obilor)) - injury crash near decatur and rainbow.ia obilor))
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gibson & horizon ridge pkwy. ((demetria obilor)) >> back to you./// ((brian loftus)) right now, houston police are responding to an active shooter situation. police believe as many as seven people may have been hit. again, this is a live look from houston, texas... as police investigate an active shooter situation. we'll be following this as it develops... /// ((kirsten joyce))
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((brian loftus)) >> we sit down with the mayor of mesquite .. in today's monday mornings with the mayors segment. ((kirsten joyce)) plus... stephen colbert .. taking on a new gig .. his undercover cameo ... as a hot dog vendor at a cubs game. those stories and more.. coming up on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader./// ((brian loftus)) we want you to be part of our 8 news now good day.. just head to our 8 news now facebook page.. and upload a pic of you sipping a cup of joe! 8 lucky viewers will be chosen each week to win an 8 news now mug! the winners will be announced every friday during the 6am
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congressman heck's become part of the problem in washington. heck voted to protect perks for politicians like himself, allowing congressmen to travel on private jets at taxpayer expense and voted members of congress, like himself, taxpayer-funded healthcare for life. heck even voted to allow congressmen to take their pay during a government shutdown. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
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metro police investigating a deadly shooting inside a starbucks .. how the suspect tried to deceive officers and blend in with the crowd. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... all eyes on new york .. as the presidential nominees take the stage .. what to expect during the first presidential debate. ((brian loftus)) >> and... we're off to a warm start this week .. but it won't last long .. sherry says the chance for showers will cool us down again. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.))

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